Saturday, 19 January 2013

Georges River, Captain Cook Bridge


A flock of seagulls frolic in the water of the Georges River, off the sandy shore in the southern suburb of Sylvania. They are intrigued by a pelican swimming past in the distance, with the Captain Cook Bridge as a backdrop. 
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11 comments:

  1. Magnifique photo,le pont en arriere plan est vraiment impressionnant !

    bon w end ;o)

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  2. The seagulls do know how to enjoy themselves! What a magnificent bridge in the background! Terrific capture for the day, Jim! Have a great weekend!

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  3. Nice point of view on that bridge (of birds)...

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  4. Beautiful photography ~ love the seagull reflections ~ nature has such a wonderful palette ^_^

    (A Creative Harbor) ^_^

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  5. The bridge still has a glorious arc across the water! So scenic! And adore that pelican in prime focus! Like a drama queen!

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  6. Sylvania is a part of Sydney I'm not familiar with, but it must be important enough for the city to spend a fortune for the bridge. It is magestic.

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    1. The bridge links Sydney with the Sutherland Shire and the beaches of Cronulla.

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  7. A fine shot, Jim, and a welcome contribution to Sunday Bridges.
    :-)

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  8. By the way...are you managing to stay cool in all the heat there?

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